Power Platform Governance in a Day

The Power Platform has well and truly arrived. Your organisation is itching to use it, and people in the business are already building, using and sharing apps and Flows.

COST: AUD $770 incl GST per person. (The fee to attend this workshop will be in addition to your conference ticket price).


Admin in a Day: Govern the Power Platform with confidence

The pressure is now on IT to govern and support these apps. You want the organisation to innovate and succeed – but this is a new platform, things change fast, you have lots of questions and are unsure where to start. How can we harness the power platform for our business, while avoiding unmanaged chaos?

In this hands-on full-day workshop, learn how to govern the Power Platform (PowerApps and Microsoft Flow)

The session includes architecture and security considerations, monitoring, alerting, and good practices for IT and citizen developers alike. Even better, you will learn techniques that will help you govern Office 365 more broadly.

 Your host, Paul Culmsee,

has been at the forefront of IT governance for many years, and has advised hundreds of organisations to get the best out of their IT investments. A PowerApps and Flow Microsoft MVP, Paul has been working closely with Microsoft specifically on Power Platform governance and will share his insights. This also includes case-studies from other organisations as well as lesser known but highly important aspects to Power Platform solution delivery that really can make a huge difference in outcomes.


Attendees must Bring Your Own Device to this workshop.

Bring your Windows-based notebook an we will supply the rest! If a Windows device is not available then most activities will still be possible though a browser.
Please pre-install the PowerApps desktop app from the Windows Store  – https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/


This workshop is scheduled for August 5, the day before the conference.

Location: Workshops Date: August 5, 2019 Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Paul Culmsee Paul Culmsee